a way to get around the "vid won't play" problem

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a way to get around the "vid won't play" problem

Postby Syri » Thu Dec 11, 2008 9:36 pm

You know if you use a lot of clips, or clips in different formats, then the playing freezes, and you just get a blank screen? well, if you're computer-stupid like me, here's a somewhat easy (though time consuming) way around it. If you can not get it to play at all, or it's a repeat problem, save your AMV wip to your computer, as though it's a finished project. Then import it back into a new project window, split where neccessary, and continue. This worked for me, though I sometimes had to do this 5-10 times in a video. Takes a while, but saves a lot of frustration.

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Re: a way to get around the "vid won't play" problem

Postby JaddziaDax » Thu Dec 11, 2008 10:41 pm

or you could unify your sources instead of using random types


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